PerfectTo be perfect is to be flawless. This word represents the Constitution because the whole goal of the Constitution is to attempt to create a perfect government/union. The Preamble states: 'We the People, in order to form a more perfect Union...'
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Perfect Teeth
This picture represents the Constitution and the word perfect because this woman has perfect teeth now, but as a child she lost teeth, and may have had crooked teeth, but she could have gotten braces to fix them. This links to the Constitution because it reminds me of the purpose of Amendments. Amendments are made to try to perfect the Constitution .

When you aim for perfection, you discover it's a moving target. - Geoffrey F. Fisher



This is a good way to connect perfectness to the Constitution. Very unique!
-Suzanna